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BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)


I found the solution to the problem of BSOD, where experienced by most users and the reason is that the motherboard recognize the memory by JEDEC, but not 100% as expected, causing the emergence of different error messages suggesting that there is a malfunction in one of the devices and most common error messages are:







Mostly indicates that the memory is disrupted, but this is not true, as the memory is fine and there is no defects and only problem is that it does not work correctly, causing mangled in the system.


Solution is simple:

1. Find a power supply unit contains a high-amp, as some devices such as graphics cards need to be a high-amp, as well as motherboards.

2. Set the memory settings manually from the motherboard BIOS as you see it in the memory sticker but this will not work 100% because every computer are different from the other and these settings are the standard of (EPP) so you still get BSOD error then you must do like as following:

- Turn off any overclock for the DRAM in BIOS.

- Try to add more voltage to DRAM (Increase it by 0.02 every time).

You will see (Like me) more voltage to DRAM corresponding more time to get BSOD until it disappear completely.

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